ceilidh

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an informal social gathering at which there is Scottish or Irish folk music and singing and folk dancing and story telling

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is year's line up includes Julie Fowlis, Breabach, Andy May Quartet, e Jeremiahs, Jim Boyle and Dave Gray, Barrule, Folkestra, Tarset Ceilidh Band and Down in the Attic.
There's also a guest appearance by the Earlsdon Morris Men - very fitting as the event had started life as the Earlsdon Ceilidhs in 1976 to raise funds for the morris team to tour in Sweden.
July 30: Ceilidh on Caledonia; Financial services reception; University of Edinburgh reception.
THE Light Nights Ceilidh in St George's Hall last Friday was a roaring success, with the hall almost packed, with hundreds of locals, visitors and tourists all having a great time, dancing away.
The three-day festival opened last night with a ceilidh and performance from Newport Folk Club, featuring master Irish fiddler Tom McConville and acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter David Newey.
Their debut album, Make Me A Dancer, is due to hit the shelves in late September and to celebrate, Monster Ceilidh Band, together with Newcastle drum 'n' bass DJ, The Touch, are taking to the Star and Shadow cinema in the city.
Mary Erskine and Stewart's Melville Junior School in the capital replaced the annual disco with a ceilidh and the city's St Serf's school will also hold a formal dance this year.
The main guests on Friday will be Coope, Boyes and Simpson and Brass Monkey in concert, a ceilidh with Random and a Late Night Bop with T and Latouche.
30am Crossroads Ceilidh at the junction of Bradford Street and Camp Hill 11.
It was not until the instrumental ceilidh that the predominantly 30-something audience finally came to life and rose to its feet.
Today, Ceilidhs are sometimes held outdoors in clear weather or, as in this case, on a postage-stamp-size stage raised barely higher than the full house of about forty enthralled people in the village hall of Portree.
A LIVELY night of social dancing kicks off next week when Coventry's rocking ceilidh band Peeping Tom launches another season of monthly ceilidhs.
Aberdeen - In the Granite City, Hogmanay is celebrated with a mix of concerts, ceilidhs and fireworks.
Starting tomorrow, this year's festival has it all, with formal concerts, outdoor performances and join-in ceilidhs.